The Eyo festival also known as the Adamu Orisa is a Yoruba festival celebrated in Lagos Island, Nigeria. With no fixed date on the calendar, the Eyo festival was known to only take place when a King or important Chief passed away. The Eyo Masquerades come out in their throngs to escort the soul of the departed and/or to usher in the new leader.
Hello beautiful people, are you as excited about the MaIN Fest as we are? MaIN (Made-In-Nigeria) Festival is a week-long festival dedicated to Made In Nigeria products. It seeks to create a convergence of the best Made In Nigeria products and services.
This fully packed event was opened on Monday, 26th of September 2016. It will run till the 30th of September and end with a one of a kind grand event on the 1st of October. The 1st of October, happens to be the independence day of the country Nigeria. …
The Igbos in South-Eastern Nigeria are widely known as people who cherish their culture and traditions. This appreciation dates as far back as precolonial Nigeria when various cultural injunctions are strictly adhered to while defaulters are severely dealt with.
The town is peaceful, tranquil and receptive. It is blessed with so much history, an enticing festival, cuisine and hospitality that attracts tourists and visitors yearly to the town. Ijebu-Ode is a local government in Ogun State, South-West; Nigeria. The state is hugely popular for being the home of the revered Olumo Rock and Lisabi Festival. The nomenclature Ijebu-Ode is the combination of two great personalities and founders of the town-Ajebu and Olode. Both families were the first settlers in the ancient town. A total of 154,032 reside in the town. It is dominated by the Ijebus and Ijebu is their lingua franca.(more…)